OUR SPACE: TDRS L: Welcome to the club!
On Thursday night NASA launched the TDRS L communications and data relay satellite.
RICHARDSON: The times — they are a ‘changing
A few weeks back I updated you on my recent career change from servant of the people to one of domestic servitude.
ROWLAND: Dreams meant to be chased at full speed with caution
I once read a book about milestones.
HODGES: Along a strange path
A couple of weeks ago my pastor, Mike Cavin preached a sermon about the Wise Men coming to find Jesus.
DAVIDSON: A very new beginning
It’s not uncommon for us to think of a phase in our life coming to an end as a time to feel sad or bitter.
CURTAIN CALL: Expect Hollywood drama with Player's Murder Mystery Dinner
“You oughta be in pictures, you’re wonderful to see. You oughta be in pictures, Oh what a hit you would be!”
OUR SPACE: A new rain gauge in your global back yard
You’ve seen them: those sun-bleached vertical transparent tubes in the back yard that collect rain water and tell you how much precipitation you had the night before.
RICHARDSON: Living the country life in (the real) Buckhead
There is little doubt that the few mental faculties I once had are on a steady decline.
ROWLAND: Not exactly an Oscar, but husband of the year ain’t too shabby
Well, by my calculation, it has been nearly four weeks since Mama and I last saw our grandson. In case you didn’t know, my youngest son and his wife made us grandparents back around the middle of November.
AMERDING: Police should get used to GPS surveillance
Somebody needs to tell certain police unions that the “privacy-is-dead” reality applies to them as well as the rest of us.
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